Wales beat Scots as Grand Slam looms

BBC Wales Sport celebrates 10 years since Wales' historic 2005 Grand Slam, their first since 1978.

Wales remained on course to end a 27-year wait for a Grand Slam after a record 46-22 win over Scotland at Murrayfield in March 2005.

Mike Ruddock's side wrapped up their fourth win of the 2005 Six Nations campaign in a sensational opening 40 minutes.

Tries from Ryan Jones, Rhys Williams, Shane Williams and two from Kevin Morgan gave Wales a 38-3 interval lead.

Rhys Williams added a second after the break, before Andy Craig, Rory Lamont and Chris Paterson scored consolation tries for Scotland.

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